Friday, August 26, 2011

Gauging Interest

Alrighty all....I have been moved by Scott's Hollander.  So moved, in fact, I am trying to see how much interest there would be in the Puma we released a couple years ago.  The molds still have some life left in them and I am thinking about casting a final run before they die.

So, any interest?

Friday, August 12, 2011

Nate's Puma Update

Just some pics from Nate showing off his Puma build. Great stuff!

Sunday, August 7, 2011

Hollander for sale! Get yer Hollander...while they last!

From Scott's Messy Desk:

At long last castings of my Hollander are available for sale.

Price is $80 Can plus 15 for shipping in the North Am region. Overseas please make it $30 for shipping. You can paypal me at

It will be limited to 25 kits so get yours now.

There are 26 pieces in this kit and in this photo you can see it assembled. As it is here, there is only glue on the knee joints, everything else is friction fit.

It stands about 7 1/2 inches tall depending on the pose(which is easily modifiable)  and a decal sheet is included with various House symbols and Merc units. Decals were printed on the Xerox Phaser Color Laser system.

Make sure and tell him Tim from the Battlemech Club sent you!

Friday, August 5, 2011


I think I am finally happy with the weapons load-out on my Stormcrow.

IS Hunchback

Last year Chris Lynch sent me a great kit of the Hunchback IIC.  I did the instructions for him and he let me keep the kit.
Deep down though, I never liked the IIc model.  I am a classic kind of guy, so I decided to remodel this into an IS version.  I started last year, but with grad school and a big move, model building got put on the back burner.  Here is where I had left off....

In the past couple week, watching Scott's builds has gotten me fired up again.  I am about done with the Hunchback.  I have made significant changes to the torso, arms, forearm medium lasers, and added knee guards. That knee joint just seemed too vulnerable.  Here is where it stands today.